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posted in October 2011

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Intel’s Mr. Touchy and Mr. Feely
Blog  
10/27/2011   6 comments
When I was asked to meet with two Intel’s consumer gurus about a month ago, I gladly accepted the invitation; but I wasn’t quite sure if the meeting would yield a newsworthy story.
Comment: re: Got a Linear Rocks ticket? - 10/21/2011
Comment: re: Got a Linear Rocks ticket? - 10/21/2011
Comment: re: Got a Linear Rocks ticket? - 10/21/2011
Comment: re: Got a Linear Rocks ticket? - 10/21/2011
Got a Linear Rocks ticket?
News & Analysis  
10/20/2011   18 comments
Linear Technology is built on its founders’ undying belief in analog, its mission carried out by hundreds of analog “gurus” at the company. Of course, if you have a ticket to Linear’s 30th anniversary party, you already knew that.
Collateral damage from Intel’s DTV decision
News & Analysis  
10/13/2011   13 comments
So, who are the unsuspecting victims of Intel Corp.'s plans, publicly disclosed this week, to “wind down” its digital TV SoC business?
Where are the jobs?
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10/10/2011   111 comments
Where are the jobs? That’s the question of the year. It’s easy to blame the President, the Congress and Wall Street. In some way or another, they’re all complicit.
Does NXP need two executive vice presidents for sales and marketing?
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10/4/2011   3 comments
NXP Semiconductors didn’t exactly share the full story of its appointment of Loh Kin Wah as NXP’s executive vice president, sales & marketing. Most of the media believed Mike Noonen had the title at NXP.
Renesas: A three-horn dilemma with a three-prong solution
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10/2/2011   5 comments
Renesas’ problems include: 1) enormous damage done by the March 11th Great East Japan earthquake; 2) a yet-to-complete reorganization; and 3) a weak global economy becoming increasingly evident in the electronics industry.


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